After studying the authenticity of the four Gsopels, Pastor Nate Harlan and the class at Trinity Evangelical turn to look at the authenticity of the rest of the New Testament.
They aren’t reliable! The church changed them! They contradict each other! Pastor Nate Harlan and the class at Trinity Evangelical Church discuss these and other challenges that people make against the Gospels.
Follow along with our lightning round through the history of the church and its undrrstanding of the canon of Scripture.
The world pretends that it is objective when it questions the historicity of the Gospel. The class at Trinity Evangelical dissects the faulty assumptions hidden in the questioning.
Is it certain that the four books of the gospel — Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John — are reliable? When were they written? What about other books that claim to be gospels? Pastor Nate Harlan leads this discussion.
Even though God generously gave Israel the sacrificial system so they could stay in covenant with Him, they were not able to. The chief lesson is that we are incapbable of meeting God’s standard of faithfulness, so we need Christ to meet the standard for us.
After spending some time discussing alternate “scriptures” such as the Book of Mormon and the Quran, Pastor Nate Harlan and the class looks at the continuity between the old and new covenants.
Pastor Nate Harlan leads our family study at Trinity on the simple, but deep, question of why we Christians believe the New Testament.
Unbelievers have a vested interest in trying to prove the gospel accounts of the crucifixion false. But these apparent discrepancies melt away with only a little study. Listen in to our family study on the topic.
Today, Pastor Nate Harlan and the members of Trinity Evangelical Church wrap up their study on those books — called pseudupigrapha and apocrypha — that were decided to be noncanonical and why that decision was made.